Andrea Aliverti is associate Professor at the Department Electronics, Information and Bioengineering (DEIB), Politecnico di Milano where he teaches Sensors and Instrumentation Technologies and Bioengineering of the Respiratory System. Since 2014, he is the chairman of the PhD Programme in Bioengineering at the Politecnico di Milano. He is responsible of Respiratory Analysis Lab at the Biomedical Technology Laboratory. His actual main research interests include the bioengineering of the respiratory system, physiological measurements; biomedical instrumentation and sensors; lung imaging (multivolume registration for the functional analysis of lung by CT and MRI, ultrasonography of the diaphragm; in-vivo microscopic imaging of alveolar and pulmonary vessels geometry), electrical impedance spectroscopy and monitoring of physiological variables by means of wearable unobtrusive sensors.
He is author of 130 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals, 8 book chapters, editor of 3 books, inventor in 13 patents. He is member of the editorial board of several scientific journals and an active member of the European Respiratory Society (ERS). Currently, he is secretary of the Assembly “Clinical Physiology, Sleep and Pulmonary Circulation”, member of the ERS Education Council, Chairman of the ERS Task Force ‘Functional evaluation of lung and airways’.
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